Welcome to Vert, a sumptuous, 1930’s four bed family home, located in Greater London. This striking property is brimming with character and catches your eye from the moment you walk in. This is thanks to it’s stunning patterned tiled hallway leading from the front door, to the stairs and kitchen.
Personality and charm are at the heart of this location and this is epitomised by the open plan kitchen/ dining room that has been delightfully styled in a minimalist, rustic aesthetic. Here you will find a blend of wood, set against a white colour palette that has been perfectly accentuated by gorgeous hits of turquoise and a plant feature wall. Crittal doors look out to the property's garden, and it is this and the skylight that let an abundance of natural light into the house. Notable features in the kitchen space include the marble countertops, quirky little pantry and the bell shaped lighting.
Moving through the property, downstairs also features a well sized living room, that has been finished with a neutral colour palette to compliment the warm tones coming from the furniture, house plants and bay windows letting all the light in.
Biophilia is a common theme throughout the house, found in the hallway, and upstairs. When you get upstairs, you are greeted by four bedrooms. The master bedroom, which is equipped with ensuite and a fresh colour palette to compliment the plants. The ensuite features tiled flooring and walls with a blend of grey and white, with turquoise accents. The second bedroom is finished with a sage colour scheme and has a distinct premium feel. There are two more childrens bedrooms, one of which has a very unique and interesting woodland feature wall.
One family bathroom can be found and in keeping with the quirky wallpapered features walls found throughout the rest of the property, it is finished with a lemon tree wallpaper.